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Ricky Gervais, Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock and Louis CK Doing Talk Show About Comedy? Really? Colbert Offers Hand Greeting Advice to Michelle Obama
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Would you like to hear Greg Fitzsimmon's read an excerpt from his new book Dear Mrs. Fitzsimmons: Tales of Redemption from an Irish Mailbox? ANSWER ME, DAMMIT! ANSWER ME! Or just click through to listen. [Vanity Fair]

The Apple Sisters have a Thanksgiving show in LA called Thanks for Stuffing, featuring Paul F. Tompkins and more. They've also got a great fake ad for Drippins, the champagne of gravy! [Comic's Comic]

Tim Herlihy, SNL veteran and writer of multiple Adam Sandler vehicles, is writing the film based on that viral video Pixels for Happy Madison productions. [THR]

I love the new Onion News Network video today, "Oprah Invites Hundreds Of Lucky Fans To Be Buried With Her In Massive Tomb." [ONN]

Livia Scott is Mel Gibson's agent. Surprise: it's very hard being Mel Gibson's agent right now! [Comedy Smack]

Bob Newhart is back! This time in medical examiner guest starring role on NCIS form! [EW]

The Simpsons has always existed, will continue existing, will never cease to be. Also, a new couch gag from Banksy on the way? BRAAAHM! [Vulture]

Mike Birbiglia talks to Michael Showalter (or rather his new blog about writing) about finding time to write, "Locking that time is hard for me to do b/c there are so many distractions, like the Internet and also the Internet." [Lost in Plot]

Looks like the last gasp for Running Wilde, which might get replaced by a single-camera sitcom starring Christian Slater. I kind of hope Mitch Hurwitz wises up and makes his Apatowesque jump to features already. [Deadline]



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